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Past articles by Josh:

Norwalk collision repair teacher earns award for work with special needs students

There’s a lot to learn in Ken Cook’s collision repair class at Norwalk High School, where about 40 percent of his students have special needs. “Every student in my class is capable of learning,” he said. “What → Read More

Leaving Long Beach for a town where he’s considered handsome

Did I ever tell you about the women in Oklahoma City? We were at a little place called the R&J Lounge and Supper Club, me and a couple of other gentlemen. I sipped a Rusty Nail and sunk into the corner of our burgundy booth. Relaxing in the → Read More

CSULB marks success of EOP program: In 50 years, tens of thousands got an education

Educators and administrators at Cal State Long Beach gathered Friday at The Pointe inside Walter Pyramid to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the university’s Educational Opportunity Progra → Read More

Cal State Long Beach, other colleges, under fire for speech policies

Three area campuses in the Cal State University system and one University of California school in the region received warnings this week → Read More

Nate Brightman, Queen Mary radio operator, dies at 99

Nathen “Nate” Brightman, the friendly and always smiling amateur radio operator after whom the Queen Mary Wireless Room was named, died Friday from pancreatic cancer. He was 9 → Read More

LBCC looks to land Oakley replacement in March

While Superintendent-President Eloy Ortiz Oakley of Long Beach City College prepares for his new role as chancello → Read More

She sees a pumpkin and she wants it painted black

A kinda-sorta Halloween column. Lil One had fallen asleep between Lovely One and me, a couple hours before giving us a scare. It was one of those nights where you’re especially tired, and figure it’s best to let sleeping 2-year-ol → Read More

Students at Long Beach’s Renaissance High will keep this magnolia tree in their memory

The time-honored tradition of students meeting under the magnolia tree in the heart of downtown’s Renaissance High School for the Arts will officially come to an end next week.Work crews are e → Read More

David Dowell, former CSULB provost and longtime champion of students, dies suddenly

David Dowell, the former interim provost and president for Academic Affairs at Cal State Long Beach, died suddenly Tuesday at the age of 65.Campus officials received a report that Dowell suffered a heart attack, but could not immediately confir → Read More

Long Beach Election 2016: Alan Lowenthal and Andy Whallon face off again in 47th District

Even as the presidential election has entertained and enraged American voters for more than a year, there are key races closer to home that, while muted in comparison to the noisy national campaign, will shape the region and state after the Nov. 8 dec → Read More

Pondering the popularity and insincerity of the full stop. Period.

Stop. Just stop. It’s a common internet refrain. Especially on social media. During an argument. Or after somebody does something ridiculous. Usually typed to evoke a sense of authority. Often comes off as impotent and snarky. Sto → Read More

Harriet Williams, founder of Long Beach book festival and former school board member, dies

Harriet Neufeld Williams, a co-founder of Literary Women and its annual Festival of Authors and a former longtime Long Beach Unified school board member who advocated for children and championed → Read More

Cabrillo High School students vote on campus ballot measures

They didn’t vote on taxes, business regulations or marijuana legalization, but Cabrillo High School students still earned their “I Voted” stickers after flo → Read More

This is where a Wrigley community garden is moving to

They picked the rest of their tomatoes, okra and squash at a lot in the 2000 block of Pacific Avenue in Wrigley last month. Long Beach Organic has closed the Wrigley Village Community Garden, where mor → Read More

Port of Long Beach launches new logistics academy at Cabrillo High School

Local students looking to work in logistics got their wish Wednesday with the official launch of the Port of Long Beach Academy of Global Logistics.About 450 high school → Read More

Food Finders collecting food for needy in Long Beach, surrounding area

The holidays are coming and one local charity is ramping up its efforts to make sure families have meals during the season.Residents in Long Beach and the surrounding area can help. Food Finders launched its 25th annual Holiday Food Dri → Read More

Traschcan fire sparks his memories of past flames

I nearly burned the house down a few weeks ago. ’Twas was one of those bright and leisurely Sundays, when the missus is out and about, and a man has time sit in the shade and think, enjoy a drink, and throw a cigarette butt in the trash can wit → Read More

Southern California officials gather in Long Beach to demand more homelessness funding

Saying the state faces a homelessness crisis, elected leaders from throughout Southern California gathered Thursday in Long Beach and called on Gov. Jerry Brown to set aside more funding to combat the problem. “A crisis of this magnitude → Read More

Long Beach Marathon brings families, friends together

This weekend’s JetBlue Long Beach Marathon & Half Marathon will be a family affair for a Lakewood team logging miles together and raising money for a cause. → Read More

Need a space to create? North Long Beach launches UpLAB studio

A new collaborative working space in North Long Beach will open Monday when public officials gather with local entrepreneurs to celebrate the opening of UpLAB, billed as an affordable studio f → Read More